Evan Deboer Obituary, Death – Evan Deboer, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud De Boer of southwest Sioux Center, passed away at a hospital in Sioux City around noon on Saturday from injuries sustained about seven o’clock Friday evening in a motorcycle accident on a gravel road close to the farm of Harold Beernink. Evan was only twenty-one years old. Mr. and Mrs. Bud De Boer reside in southwest Sioux Center.
Evan’s age was 15 at the time. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud De Boer can be found in the southwest portion of Sioux Center. The residence of the married couple who are known as Mr. and Mrs. Bud De Boer may be found to the southwest of Sioux Center. The funeral services for Terry were held at the First Reformed church in our village on Monday at 1:30 p.m., the same day that he went away.
This was the same day that Terry passed away. At the memorial service held for Terry, nearly hundred of his friends and family members came to pay their respects and show their support. The Reverend Harry Brower officiated over the funeral rites, and the burial took place in the cemetery that is owned by the Sioux Center Community and is managed by them. It was up to Vander Ploeg’s Funeral Home to take care of all of the necessary preparations and arrangements for the funeral.
A brief ceremony was held at the funeral home for the family before they traveled to the church for the actual service. After the ceremony, the family left the funeral home. One of the specific pieces of music that was performed during the church service included a performance by the high school mixed chorus, of which Terry was a member. This performance was one of the individual pieces of music that was played.
Terrance Evan De Boer was born in Sioux Center on May 9, 1942, but he spent his whole life on the farm that his parents owned and maintained to the southwest of this city. Although Evan De Boer was born in Sioux Center, he has a Sioux Center birth certificate. Evan De Boer has a birth certificate issued by the city of Sioux Center, despite the fact that he was born in Sioux Center.
On the 28th of May, he was honored by the community’s public high school, where he had been a student since the ninth grade, by being given the diploma that he had worked so diligently to earn. During his time at the institution, he was an active member of the school band as well as several of the plays that were produced by the institution.